- An ICE employee is subpoenaed as an adverse witness by a plaintiff who accepted that employee's check for personal purchases which later was returned for insufficient funds—no authorization is required because the information requested is unrelated to the individual's employment.
- An FBI agent is subpoenaed by an insurance company to testify that he/she saw the plaintiff's vehicle weaving across the road when the agent observed the car during a bank robbery investigation -- authorization to testify is required because the information was acquired as part of his/her official duties.
See generally JM 1-6.120.
[cited in JM 1-6.120]
[updated January 2017]
Updated September 19, 2018